Lightning LED Fan - Blue - 200mm

  • Black-blue-transparent 200 mm LED fan with 13-blade rotor and 4x LEDs - 16.5 dB (A) at 700 U / min

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Stock Code: FG-030-AE

EAN: 4713105951417

MPN: EN51417

Manufacturer: AeroCool

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Lightning LED Fan - Blue - 200mm

- Dimensions: 200 x 200 x 20 mm (WxHxD)
- Color: black transparent (frame), blue-transparent (rotor)
- Noise level: 16.5 dB (A)
- Speed: 700 r / min
- Airflow: 98,6 m³ / h
- Voltage: 12 V
- Starting voltage: 10 V
- Power consumption: 3.84 W, 0.25 A
- Air Pressure: 1.12 mm-H2O
- Lighting: 4x blue LEDs
- Connector: 3-Pin (includes 3-pin to 4-pin Molex adapter)
- Life expectancy: 20,000 hours
- Mounting: Anti-Vibration Screws

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